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    Operation Santa Claus 2021

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    Caring Community, Caring Christmas


    ***Please support Operation Santa Claus


    Operation Santa Claus (OSC) was jointly established by the South China Morning Post and Radio Television Hong Kong(RTHK) to connect the local community with worthwhile charities. Since 1988, OSC has brought joy, goodwill and over HK$333 million to 320 charities.
    Every Christmas, OSC celebrates hope and generosity to remind everyone it is the season to care, share and give to the disadvantaged. We are grateful for the generosity of our donors over the past 33 years and we always look forward to making Christmas more special for the needy.
    This year is no exception. OSC is raising funds for 18 selected local charities to support projects ranging from providing children, youth and elderly services to helping those with physical and mental disabilities.
    Every little helps. Please donate to Operation Santa Claus to spread the Christmas Spirit.

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    Operation Santa Claus 2021 Launches “Performing Arts” Theme

    The annual “Operation Santa Claus” (OSC) campaign, jointly organised by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and South China Morning Post (SCMP), kicked off today (November 3) at Broadcast Drive announcing 18 beneficiaries for this year's fundraising drive, and a performing arts initiative aimed at engaging and revitalising disadvantaged communities in Hong Kong.

    The Financial Secretary Paul CHAN Mo-po, Director of Broadcasting Patrick LI Pak-chuen, the South China Morning Post’s CEO Gary LIU and the composer of the OSC theme song Harry NG graced the ceremony. They were joined by OSC 2021 ambassadors, award-winning actress Crisel CONSUNJI, singer and actress Kandy WONG and artiste Pakho CHAU, who will be supporting the fundraising campaign for his third consecutive year. Other guests included representatives from beneficiaries and donors.

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    [Physical & Mental Disabilities] YAMA Foundation

    Founded in 2016, YAMA Foundation is a registered Hong Kong charity. Its purpose is to make yoga, art, and meditation accessible to our city’s most vulnerable communities.

    Yoga & Expressive Arts Therapy for Disadvantaged Communities is a one-year continuation of core programming, directly addressing the wellbeing needs of PWD/SEN and low-income communities – offered at no cost to students.

    It will offer yoga therapy targets PWD/SEN who cannot participate in group activities. This individually tailored 1:1 program integrates support for families and carers, and is proven to yield immediate impact while providing long-term relief. Graduates are generally able to move to small group classes.

    They also aim to organize expressive arts therapy group classes for PWD/SEN and low-income participants. This creates an avenue for self-expression and development of emotional resilience to overcome trauma.

    Expected no. of beneficiaries:

    - 24 PWD/SEN children/young adults
    - 88 families in need of wellbeing support
    - 10 NGO community partners

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